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EPA to ban most uses of chemical linked to dozens of deaths
by Aliya Uteuova

The Guardian    Translate This Article
30 April 2024

On 30 April 2024 The Guardian reported: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on Tuesday [30 April] that it will ban most uses of methylene chloride, a colorless liquid used for stripping paint, cleaning metal, and even decaffeinating coffee. The chemical has been linked to dozens of deaths and advocates have long called for its ban. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of government and health, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

The new rule will require stronger worker safety protections from the harmful carcinogen for the remaining 'critical' uses. All consumer use will be prohibited within a year, while most commercial and industrial use will be phased out within the next two years.

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